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CBS
Mar 20, 2011 6:00am PDT
have the latest on the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami in japan particularly the problems at the fukushima nuclear plant. after which we turn to our cover story, a closer look at the future of nuclear energy here in the united states. reported by martha teichner. >> couric: radiation continues to leak from damaged nuclear reactors. >> reporter: the horror at fukushima happened just when the united states was ready to commission its first nuclear power plants in more than 30 years. >> we can't sit back and be complacent and say, well, we're not them. no, we are. >> reporter: japan, a giant wake-up call for america's nuclear industry. but what kind? later this sunday morning. >> osgood: at times there are lessons that can be taken from the ashes of a disaster. michelle miller this morning has a case in point. >> reporter: 100 years ago this friday, march 25, 1911, america came face to face with tragedy. 146 people mostly young italian and jewish women and girls died that day, trapped in a burning factory or jumping to their deaths from the factory windows as thousands of onlook
CBS
Mar 6, 2011 9:00am EST
. russ mitchell takes a look. >> reporter: perhaps more than any nation on earth in japan business cards are serious business. rye sullivan, an american baseed in tokyo. >> when receiving a card you always want to take it by the corner because you would be disrespecting their company by covering their logo. when you're stating your name, you say your company first before your name because in japan the company is more important than the individual. >> reporter: but wherever you work, business cards should mean business. and it's diana ratcliff's mission to make sure they do. >> i have my smart phone version and then my regular version. >> reporter: as we saw at a recent breakfast at the columbia, missouri, chamber of commerce she's not shy about sharing her opinions. >> flimsy card is a flimsy business. that's the kind of subconscious perception you get. >> reporter: business cards have been around for several hundred years. but with advances in printing they've gone high concept. and with so many choices out there, finding the perfect card can be tricky. >> you don't want to design
CBS
Mar 13, 2011 6:00am PDT
the devastating earthquake, we are learning more about the human toll of the disaster in japan. our correspondents on the ground will be reporting the latest on the aftermath all through the morning, including bill whitaker who has been traveling through the worst of the stricken areas along with lucy craft and ben tracy in tokyo. >> reporter: the scale of the destruction and human misery is almost too much to comprehend. one of the most modern and technologically advance society on earth thrown back virtually to the stone age by the most powerful and unpredictable of natural forces. ahead this sunday morning we take a measure of the disaster in japan. >> osgood: then it's on to a new technology, a hand held technology with almost unlimited potential. in any sort of communication or information path you want, the chances are there's an app for that as daniel sieberg will be showing us. >> reporter: more than 11 billion apps were downloaded in 2010 and apps do seem to be everywhere these days, but app- planet? from navigating in your car to mapping the human body to exploring the sta
CBS
Mar 27, 2011 6:00am PDT
the nuclear disaster in japan have now been detected in hawaii, nevada, california, colorado and washington state but scientists say the radiation is in such small amounts that it poses no health threat. a quarter million demonstrators marched through london rallying against deep cuts in britain's public spending. violence broke out between police and a break-away group of demonstrators late last night. but overall the protest was peaceful. geraldine ferraro, the former new york congresswoman who became the first female vice presidential nominee on a major party ticket, died yesterday in boston. she was being treated for blood cancer. ferraro was 75. she ran with walter mondale on the 1984 democratic ticket and was defeated by ronald reagan and his vice presidential candidate george bush the elder. in ncaa basketball march madness lived up to its name last night. as connecticut held off arizona in a frantic finish to win 65-63. and the clock still hasn't struck midnight for butler, one of the cinderella teams of the tournament, as they were last year. the bulldogs pulled off a st
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